#WOTR23 – #Review – Don’t Cry Over Spilled Potions (Which Village, Book 3) by L.C. Mortimer aka Sophie Stern

Don't Cry Over Spilled Potions (Which Village Book 3) by [L.C. Mortimer]

For fans of Buffy, Charmed, and Hocus Pocus comes a story about second chances and new beginnings.

Don’t cry over spilled potions.

Once upon a time, I was in love.

My husband was stolen from me before I was ready, but I found him again.

Now he’s back.

He’s here with me in Which Village, but he has no memory of the past and no idea that the two of us were inseparable.

When a foe from his werewolf days threatens to tear us apart, Stanley and I have a choice to make, and it’s not going to be an easy one.

Don’t Cry Over Spilled Potions is the third book in the WHICH VILLAGE series. This book features female main characters who are middle-aged (or fast approaching it) and who have magical powers.

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Review by Twinsie Kelly

Excellent finale for the Which Village series! I absolutely love this series and Don’t Cry Over Spilled Potions is no different. Jaden and Stanley’s love story is one that against all odds should continue. Now that Jaden has her husband back we get to experience what exactly Stanley is and has been going through….absolute hell. People are tricky and sneaky, but to find out you are something you are not feels like a curse. It is almost like Jaden and Stanley have to meet again. Neither know much about the other but both feel the connection. Is that connection going to be enough to save them? That’s the question, my friends. “The curse of the werewolves is a nasty one.” Both, Jaden and Stanley, have to deal with their own feelings of self worth and wondering if they are good enough. But when push comes to shove, true colors shine bright! If you are looking for something that is a bit different from the normal witches, werewolves, and things that go bump in the night, you need to read this series!

L. C. Mortimer

L.C. Mortimer likes zombies, shifters, and things that go bump in the night. When she’s not busy dreaming up her next story, Mortimer can be found dancing, traveling, or curled up with a cozy mystery.

#WOTR23 #attendingauthor #Spotlight – AD Ellis

A.D. Ellis

Tell us your name and then a bit about yourself.

A.D. Ellis (and I write under a separate pen name of Dove Daniels). I’m a mom of two teens, a teacher/instructional coach of 24 years in the inner city of Indianapolis, IN, and an author. I love sweet red wine and laughing with friends, crocheting when I have time, writing, and reading. Naps are life, hot tea runs through my veins, and I love a crisp, cool fall day.

When you are writing a book, which is harder? The first book in the series or the others after it?

It just depends on the characters, but usually there are parts of a first book that are easier and parts of the subsequent ones that are easier.

When writing a series how do you keep things fresh, for both your readers and also yourself?

Due to the fact that all of my series to date focus on a different couple set in the same world, it’s easy to keep things fresh.

Writing can be an emotionally draining and stressful pursuit. Any tips for aspiring writers?

Take breaks for time for YOU. If the words aren’t coming, do something different. READ A LOT. Write something else.

On a typical day, how much time do you spend writing?

Approximately 90 minutes before school throughout the school year. Usually 2-3 hours on a Saturday or Sunday. Breaks from school often give me a bit more time to write.

Do you have a favorite character that you have written? If so, who? And what makes them so special.

That’s like asking me to pick a favorite child. A few of my favorites (and these are just a FEW!) are usually because of their backstory and/or their personality.
Jay in the Blueridge Junction Boys series.
Kota in Holly Hills Christmas.
Cooper in Adore.
Shaw in Julian & Shaw: On Cravenwood Block.
Ty in Hearts Afire.
But, truly, I love every main character (and some side characters!) for one reason or another.

 What are your social links?

All of my links can be found – https://www.adellisauthor.com/mylinks/

What are your buy links? (Provide links to your Amazon/iBook’s/Koko/etc Author Home Page if you have quite a few. Also include audible links if applicable.)

All of my links can be found – https://www.adellisauthor.com/mylinks/

Want tickets to Writers on the River #2023?

They are available starting November 4th at Writersontheriver.com

$45 VIP sell out quickly – 12-1 VIP hour, 1-4 General Admission time. You get a filled VIP bag and admission to the after party is included.

$25 Early Access – 12-1 VIP house, 1-4 General Admission time. You also get a filled VIP bag but NO admission to the after party.

$10 General Admission – 1-4 General Admission time. You can purchase a bag but it is not filled with VIP swag. There is no admission to the after party included.

$35 After party – 7-11 After Party with food and cash bar. Dj with a photobooth is also included in the fun.

#WOTR23 #Review – The Polar Bear’s Fake Mate By: Sophie Stern

The Polar Bear's Fake Mate (Shifters of Rawr County Book 1) by [Sophie Stern]

One bear. One human. One big, fat lie.

Justin
You’d think that with a backstory like mine, the idea of taking a mate is unbelievable. You’d be right. The only reason I’m agreeing to this entire “mates” thing is so that my mother gets off my back, my shareholders are happy, and I continue moving forward in my career. I’m the face of a multi-billion dollar company. I don’t need any scandals in my midst.

Rebecca
The offer is for one year. One year of pretending to be this guy’s mate, and then we can have a quiet divorce. He just needs his shareholders off of his back, and me? Well, I’d like to not starve to death. Only, there’s more than meets the eye when it comes to Justin. He might have money and brains and incredibly good looks, but there’s a secret that lurks behind those beautiful eyes.

And I intend to find out what it is.

THE POLAR BEAR’S FAKE MATE is the first book in SHIFTERS OF RAWR COUNTY: a new shifter series from Sophie Stern. There is no cheating and a guaranteed HEA for our happy couple. You may also want to check out THE DRAGON’S CHRISTMAS TREASURE for a sneak peek at life in Rawr County!

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Review by Twinsie Melinda

I received a copy of this book from the author for an honest review.

Justin has it all looks, company, and knows how to have a good time. However, the shareholders do not like the idea of Justin being single and running the company. His mother comes up with a plan to find him a fake mate to appease everyone. Well except for Justin that is. The search is on for the fake mate he will marry and then after a year they can divorce. Once they have it narrowed down the ladies are whisked off to a remote resort to a face-to-face meeting.

Rebecca’s life is unraveling she cannot find a job and her roommate is leaving. If she doesn’t figure something out, she will be homeless before long. When she sees the ad for a temporary wife, she decides this is the adventure she needs.

When Rebecca arrives at the resort, she meets a guy in the elevator there were sparks. Justin sees Rebecca in the elevator he knows this is the one and sends the rest away. Rebecca holds back knowing Justin can break her heart. Plus, she knows he is hiding something but she cannot quite put her finger on what it is.

I enjoyed this book and cannot wait to read more of the series and learn more about these characters. There was so much going on here and the twist. Great start to a series.

Sophie Stern writes contemporary and paranormal romance <3 Visit her on Facebook for frequent updates!

http://facebook.com/sexysophiestern

#wotr #attendingauthor #standalone Disassembled Creatures by Albany Walker 

It all started with a game. 

It was supposed to be fun, a night with friends. No one was supposed to die, but that’s not what happened. 

There’s a killer on the loose. People I know are dying, and I think I might be next. 

We called the boogeyman, and he answered. 

Disassembled Creatures is a standalone novella intended for mature audiences 

Goodreads https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/62792846-disassembled-creatures

Amazon https://amzn.to/3gtf627

Review by Twinsie Dee

I was given this book by the author for an honest review  

Lethe and her friends wanted to have a little fun, well 2 of the 4 wanted to have some fun so they brought out a Ouija board after all its just a game nothing bad can happen right. Well, they were all very wrong, after one of the girls started calling upon spirit crazy things start to happen, Lethe had, had enough of this game and thinking that 2 of the girls planned this all out to scare the crap out of her and it was working grabbing her other friend she heads for the door and when she’s at her car she notices a shadow in the window upstairs and then the door closing without anyone touching it. Well, the next day she finds out 1 girl was dead and the other wasn’t going to make it. All because of a game the boogeyman has come to play and he wants her, but why does he want Lethe and will she figure it out or will he catch her by surprise. In this lesson never mess with the spirit world and leave the Ouija boards alone, will Lethe make it out of this nightmare come to life alive or will someone be contacting her spirit with a Ouija board in the future? Wow wow wow wow, I could not put this book down Albany has done it again just when I didn’t think I could love her words anymore she writes another amazing story. This book will have you on the edge of your seat and gripping the pages to turn them faster and faster, so many twist that you won’t see coming.

Albany lives in Michigan where she’s happily married to her high school sweetheart. She spends most of her time juggling her four children’s extracurricular activities, with her nose stuck in a book. When not reading you can find her writing her very own book boyfriends. Albany’s passion is writing romance with real characters that are far from perfect, but always seem to find their own happily ever afters. 

#WOTR23 #AttendingAuthor #Spotlight – CJ Baty

C. J. Baty

Tell us your name and then a bit about yourself.

I go by CJ at events and in my book life. I’ve been published for about 8 years now. It sure has gone be quickly. I live in Southeastern Ohio but I travel to the Pigeon Forge area of TN frequently. That area has been the inspiration for many of my stories. Autumn is of course and beautiful season to travel there, but actually winter is my favorite. I love walking in the mountains with that crisp winter air. It makes for good thinking time. My life at the moment has become a caregiver for my parents. They have recently moved back home from Florida and I love having them here. I have two grown children, who are the world to me. We have so much fun together. My husband and I celebrated our 47th wedding anniversary 9/2022 and I don’t see how that has gotten here so quickly. Looking forward to all the books, I have scheduled for next and returning to WOTR is a priority for me.

When you are writing a book, which is harder? The first book in the series or the others after it?

Has to be the ones that come after!!! Got to remember all those names and places. My WIP write now is the 6th book in Pinkerton Man Series – The Secrets at Whitcomb Manor. This book as a boatload of new characters and I’ve had to do a lot of research for it as well.

When writing a series how do you keep things fresh, for both your readers and also yourself?

My stories usually involve a mystery or murder to solve. I also like to change up the locations even in writing a series. This gives the reader familiarity with the characters, but also takes them to a fresh location.

Writing can be an emotionally draining and stressful pursuit. Any tips for aspiring writers?

I think getting away from the work in process. Having a cup of coffee with a friend. Also, I’d definitely suggest making friends with other authors along your writing journey. It helps so much when you can turn to someone who knows exactly what you are going through and understands. I am blessed to have such an author friend who lives close. We get together as often as we can, sometimes to write, sometimes to sound off ideas, sometimes to just another each others company and chat over coffee.

On a typical day, how much time do you spend writing?

I don’t have a typical day right at the moment. As I get my parents settled in their new home and location, I’ll get back to it. BPM (Before Parents Moved), I tried very hard to write at least 1200 to 1500 words every day. Indie authors spend a great deal of time marketing their books and themselves. I’d say that takes up just as much time as the writing, if not more.

Do you have a favorite character that you have written? If so, who? And what makes them so special.

Now that depends on if you’re talking about a character I like or one I detested. Let’s start there. Moses Lee is the villain of the Warfield Hotel Mysteries. He is mean, egotistical, totally bent on getting even if he feels wronged, and he is cold hearted. He was so much fun to write! The meaner I wrote him, the more I loved him.

Now, for the character I most like to write, that is Stiles Long from the Pinkerton Man Series, hands down. When I first started this series, he was only concerned with getting sex whenever he could and it didn’t matter with whom. He didn’t believe men like him could have a relationship. After all, it was late 1800’s and homosexuality was illegal. The sex in the early stories was heated and lusty, there was nothing personal about it. After he meets Michael O’Leary and time passes, he changes into a different man. Love really can change a person. Seeing him grow and become the character he is in book 5 of the series, was amazing. And just wait until you see him in book 6!!!

If any of your books were to be made into a movie, who are the celebrities that would star in it? What book and who?

The Warfield Hotel Mysteries would make an amazing movie. I’m not sure who I’d want to play the characters, but I think Idris Elba would make an amazing Moses Lee (the villain).

What is your definition of success?

Wow that is a tough one. Sure being a USA Today or NY Times best selling author would be wonderful, but it isn’t everything. (By the way, I haven’t had that privilege yet.) When I get reviews that say they loved the story, they were swept away by it, or I took you away from real life for a little while, I feel like I succeeded in writing something good. When I meet readers at book events who loved my stories as much as I did, that means a great deal to me. I think the one thing that makes me feel like a success, is when I meet a young man who’s just becoming comfortable in his own self and stops to chat with me. I come away feeling like I did a wonderful thing by writing these story of love and romance.

Do you have anything you want to share that didn’t fit on one of these questions?

At one event in Indiana, a lady came by my table and shared that she was finally able to get her young adult son interested in reading because of my books. Also, there was the time that a young woman was in tears because she was meeting me. I assured her that I was excited to meet her as she was to meet me. Similar things have happened in the years, I’ve been attending book signing events and it always makes my day. I’m just a person who loves love in all it’s forms and I want to share that with the book reading world. Oh, and I love to write a mystery too.

What are your social links?

www.cjbaty.com – Web page
@cbaty – twitter
https://www.facebook.com/CJ-Baty-Author-344242482358480/ – Facebook
cjbaty27 – Instagram

What are your buy links? (Provide links to your Amazon/iBook’s/Koko/etc Author Home Page if you have quite a few. Also include audible links if applicable.)

https://www.amazon.com/C.-J.-Baty/e/B00K2ISIQI?ref_=dbs_p_ebk_r00_abau_000000 – Amazon Author Page
https://books2read.com/ap/nkNz6R/CJ-Baty – Universal Book Link for all other book sellers

Also coming in 2023, I’ll have a purchase link on my webpage where you can purchase paperback books directly from me. Signed. If you can’t make it to an event, these is how to get an autographed book from me.

Want tickets to Writers on the River #2023?

They are available starting November 4th at Writersontheriver.com

$45 VIP sell out quickly – 12-1 VIP hour, 1-4 General Admission time. You get a filled VIP bag and admission to the after party is included.

$25 Early Access – 12-1 VIP house, 1-4 General Admission time. You also get a filled VIP bag but NO admission to the after party.

$10 General Admission – 1-4 General Admission time. You can purchase a bag but it is not filled with VIP swag. There is no admission to the after party included.

$35 After party – 7-11 After Party with food and cash bar. Dj with a photobooth is also included in the fun.

#WOTR23 #eventblogger #eventblog- Twinsie Tenise

Tell us your name and then a bit about yourself.

My name is Tenise and I live in Central Illinois with my wife and 3 fur babies; 2 dogs and 1 cat. I am a mom to 5 and a grandma (aka Sugee) to 3. From mid August- May you can find me in the kitchen of a local middle school cooking breakfast and lunch for our 5th-8th graders. When I’m not cooking for the kiddos you will usually find me at home; cooking, crafting, reading, blogging, or watching some sort of reality or murder shows with my wife.

How long have you been blogging?

I’ve been with Twinsie Talk for a little over two years now.

What are your favorite genres?

My most favorite is basically anything M/M. Followed closely by psychological thrillers and mystery/suspense.

Who are some of your favorite authors?

A.D Ellis writes binge worthy M/M stories that leave you begging for more.

JM Walker! Her males are possessive and protective. All of the females can hold their own. And every single storyline is seriously addictive af!

Pepper winters is my go to when I need something dark that is bound to leave me questioning my morals.

Do you prefer to read standalones or series?
Novellas or long books?

It doesn’t matter to me either way. I’ve noticed I do tend to read a lot of interconnected stand-alones. I prefer longer books to novellas though.

On a typical day, how much time do you spend reading?

Lately, maybe an hour. I’ve been in a bit of a reading funk for a while now.

Do you have a favorite character written? If so, who? And what makes them so special.

There are too many to mention. It’s impossible to have just one favorite.

 What are your social links?

TikTok https://www.tiktok.com/@sugee2015?is_from_webapp=1&sender_device=pc

Facebook https://www.facebook.com/tenise.webber/

Goodreads https://www.goodreads.com/user/show/35273961-tenise

 

Want tickets to Writers on the River #2023?

They are available starting November 4th at Writersontheriver.com

$45 VIP sell out quickly – 12-1 VIP hour, 1-4 General Admission time. You get a filled VIP bag and admission to the after party is included.

$25 Early Access – 12-1 VIP house, 1-4 General Admission time. You also get a filled VIP bag but NO admission to the after party.

$10 General Admission – 1-4 General Admission time. You can purchase a bag but it is not filled with VIP swag. There is no admission to the after party included.

$35 After party – 7-11 After Party with food and cash bar. Dj with a photobooth is also included in the fun.

#WOTR23 #AttendingAuthor #Spotlight – Kate Hawthorne

Kate Hawthorne

Tell us your name and then a bit about yourself.

My name is Kate Hawthorne and I write steamy and angsty gay romance. I also write spicy sapphic romance as Nikki Markham. I’m southern California born and raised, but I’ve been living in Kentucky for the past three years. I have a doting husband, a wild six year old, and a lazy senior Jack Russell. I love coffee, wine, funyuns, and dark chocolate, though not at the same time.

When you are writing a book, which is harder? The first book in the series or the others after it?

All my series really standalone, so it’s not like I’m trying to carry one specific couple through more than one book…but that said, the latter books are ALWAYS harder because it’s more people and more events to keep track of!

When writing a series how do you keep things fresh, for both your readers and also yourself?

I like to twist tropes, but not subvert them. Even if I’m recycling tropes sometimes (which, there’s only. so many) I try to come at them from different backstories and new angles so the stories don’t read similar to anything I’ve done before. I think that each character and couple are different from the ones who’ve come before them, so their stories will be different too.

Writing can be an emotionally draining and stressful pursuit. Any tips for aspiring writers?

It’s all about finding a balance. You can’t write all the time. You can’t be on social media all the time. You can’t outline all the time. It’s a lot of trial and error to find out what works best for you and your schedule. Some people have 4 hours a day to write, some people have 30 minutes. The best advice I can give is don’t compare YOUR process or progress to anyone else. Make sure it serves you and go from there.

On a typical day, how much time do you spend writing?

At least 2 hours, sometimes more. I try to get at least a chapter down before lunch but it doesn’t always work out.

Do you have a favorite character that you have written? If so, who? And what makes them so special.

Rhys St. George from my Two Truths and a Lie series is my favorite. He has the most amazing redemption arc across the three books in that series. Rhys goes from being the villainous ex-boyfriend to the controlling older brother to FINALLY the man who deserves some of his own happiness. He’s based on my very best friend who was very much flawed and perfect all at once, and I’ve infused Rhys with all of that energy too. Rhys is calculating and manipulative, but he doesn’t do anything that won’t benefit the people he loves, even if they don’t see it at first. He is the most selfless character I’ve ever written.

If any of your books were to be made into a movie, who are the celebrities that would star in it? What book and who?

I COULD NEVER CHOOSE. This is so horribly unfair. I plead the fifth.

What is your definition of success?

Honestly, as long as I out earn what it cost me to produce a book, I’m happy. My definition of success is based much more around the impact I have on other people’s lives. When readers reach out to thank me for the topics I cover in my stories or the kind of representation I put on the page, that means just as much to me as meeting my bottom line.

Do you have anything you want to share that didn’t fit on one of these questions?

I have novellas available for free on my website:
http://www.katehawthornebooks.com/freebies

They all tie into existing books, but can also be fun standalone reads.

What are your social links?

Newsletter – http://www.katehawthornebooks.com/extra
Facebook – http://facebook.com/katehawthornebooks
Facebook Group – http://facebook.com/groups/hawthornesharem
Twitter – http://twitter.com/katewriteswords
Insta – http://instagram.com/kate.hawthorne
Tiktok – http://tiktok.com/@katehawthornebooks
Amazon – http://author.to/katehawthorne

What are your buy links? (Provide links to your Amazon/iBook’s/Koko/etc Author Home Page if you have quite a few. Also include audible links if applicable.)

Website – http://www.katehawthornebooks.com
Amazon – http://author.to/katehawthorne

Want tickets to Writers on the River #2023?

They are available starting November 4th at Writersontheriver.com

$45 VIP sell out quickly – 12-1 VIP hour, 1-4 General Admission time. You get a filled VIP bag and admission to the after party is included.

$25 Early Access – 12-1 VIP house, 1-4 General Admission time. You also get a filled VIP bag but NO admission to the after party.

$10 General Admission – 1-4 General Admission time. You can purchase a bag but it is not filled with VIP swag. There is no admission to the after party included.

$35 After party – 7-11 After Party with food and cash bar. Dj with a photobooth is also included in the fun.

#Series – The Broadway Series by Allie York

The Broadway Series is relaunching with new titles and gorgeous new covers! Allie York brings you five steamy, suspenseful romance reads with everything from single parents and secret admirers, to surprise babies and more – all in one heartwarming series.

Chance

Business owner and aspiring novelist, Jovie, doesn’t have time or energy for romance until it crashes into her in the form of a poodle and its sexy British owner, Ewan.

Change

Thirteen years ago, Lydia let her son’s father walk away without knowing the truth. Now, Jacob is back and he’s fighting for their family while she battles her heart.

Chase

Down on her luck, Harriet packs a bag and hops on a bus, traveling across the to the one friend she knows she can turn to. With a failed engagement, a sick mother and a party-boy brother, most of Brigg’s life is a blur. Until he sees her.

Choose

Single mom, Cori, believes that men only bring misery to her life. Then, she meets Griffin, a single father who had no idea he was a dad until social services dropped a five year old girl in his lap.

Cherish

Meredith isn’t looking for someone to save, especially when she’s trying to save herself and the new life growing inside her, but something about Beck pulls her in.

Tropes:

Chance: Single Dad, Romantic Suspense

Change: Surprise Baby, Secret Baby, Student/Teacher, Single Parent, Second Chance

Chase: Secret Admirer

Choose: Single Mom, Single Dad, Romantic Suspense

Cherish: May/December Romance, Accidental Pregnancy, Secret Baby

Goodreads

Amazon

Allie is a mom and dog groomer by day. At night she is posted at her laptop writing or reading in a cozy corner. She has a soft spot for gooey romance, over-creamed coffee, and anything cute and furry.

You can visit on Facebook:

https://www.facebook.com/authorallieyork/

Or keep up with her books on Good Reads:

https://www.goodreads.com/author/show/15726793.Allie_York

Website:

https://www.ayorkwrites.com/

#WOTR23 #AttendingAuthor #Spotlight- Jen Talty

Jen Talty

Jen Talty

Tell us your name and then a bit about yourself.

Jen Talty. I write Contemporary Romance, Romantic Suspense, and I’ve also written a couple of Paranormal Novellas. I love heroes who are a bit broken and rough around the edges. Heroines who are strong but also have a vulnerable side. I love to use settings and often write about places I’ve been or have lived. Two of my go-to locations are Lake George and South Flordia. The latter is my current residense. I’m a mom of three and I started writing when my kids were playing hockey. With three in travel I spent a lot of time in rinks while my kids trained. Now that I’m an empty nester, I much prefer writing pool side. It’s a bit warmer. My oldest daughter is in medical school. My middle boy just got married and my youngest son is engaged. I have five fur grandbabies. Outside of writing I enjoy boating, pickleball, and walking with my husband.

When you are writing a book, which is harder? The first book in the series or the others after it?

Oh. That’s a good question! They all have their challenges. The first one is hard because I have to create the world. I have to find all the people. Understand how they fit. Am I writing a family? What are their dynamics? Where do they all live? How do they interact with the townspeople. More importantly, how much of this do I need to feed the reader in the beginning or even in that first book. I spend a lot of time developing the world before I even start developing the story. But the second book is hard because I have to remember the details of what went into the first book. What secondary characters did I use and how did I use them? What townspeople and how did I describe them? What businesses? What where the details of the story? It gets even tricker with books three, four, and so on because I might be drawing on characters I haven’t used in a couple of books and I need to know the details. So, in order to keep track of those things I keep what is called a bible for the series. In this I track important details about each story. So, I guess my answer is they are all equally hard.

When writing a series how do you keep things fresh, for both your readers and also yourself?

I rely on my gut. If it feels like I’ve done it before, then I stand up and walk away from my computer. I go for a walk. I call a friend and talk it out. I read. Or I watch television. Anything to clear my mind so I can go back to it with a different perspective. But I also make sure I plot the series. I know before I start book one what each book is going to be about.

Writing can be an emotionally draining and stressful pursuit. Any tips for aspiring writers?

It’s a job. Yes. Pieces of you will bleed onto the page. But it’s still your job and you have to treat it that way.

On a typical day, how much time do you spend writing?

I work every day. If I’m not writing, I’m doing something else related to my job as a writer, so it’s hard to say. In general I work a 40-60 hour work week. The majority of that time is spent writing when I’m on deadline.

Do you have a favorite character that you have written? If so, who? And what makes them so special.

I always the character I’m writing right now. But truthfully, my first hero I every wrote: Jared Blake from IN TWO WEEKS. I think because I spent so much time with him and his heroine and on that book.

If any of your books were to be made into a movie, who are the celebrities that would star in it? What book and who?

That would be like asking me which is my favorite child! LOL. Too many too choose from. But Okay. I’ll play. Let’s do Legacy of Lies. It’s a Romantic Suspense Novel. It’s a bit twisted. I’d want Emma Stone and Miles Teller to play hero and Heroine. I’d want Edward Norton to play the bad guy!

What is your definition of success?

Readers reading my books. Readings talking about my books. It’s always about the readers. Without them, I just don’t exist.

 What are your social links?

Bookbub
https://www.bookbub.com/authors/jen-talty

FACEBOOK- the Talty Crew
https://www.facebook.com/groups/191706547909047/

GOODREADS
https://www.goodreads.com/author/show/2899568.Jen_Talty

INSTAGRAM
https://instagram.com/jen_talty

TWITTER
https:/twitter.com/jentalty

Facebook personal
https://www.facebook.com/JenTaltyRomanceAuthor

Facebook Author
https://www.facebook.com/AuthorJenTalty/

Pinterest
https://www.pinterest.com/jentalty/

Newsletter signup
https://dl.bookfunnel.com/od3icplesg

What are your buy links? (Provide links to your Amazon/iBook’s/Koko/etc Author Home Page if you have quite a few. Also include audible links if applicable.)

https://amazon.com/author/jentalty
https://www.kobo.com/us/en/search?query=jen+talty
https://www.barnesandnoble.com/s/jen%20talty
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Want tickets to Writers on the River #2023?

They are available starting November 4th at Writersontheriver.com

$45 VIP sell out quickly – 12-1 VIP hour, 1-4 General Admission time. You get a filled VIP bag and admission to the after party is included.

$25 Early Access – 12-1 VIP house, 1-4 General Admission time. You also get a filled VIP bag but NO admission to the after party.

$10 General Admission – 1-4 General Admission time. You can purchase a bag but it is not filled with VIP swag. There is no admission to the after party included.

$35 After party – 7-11 After Party with food and cash bar. Dj with a photobooth is also included in the fun.

We are THE TWINSIES… We love to read…We love to promote the authors we read… and we love to stir up TROUBLE… It's who we are and what we do